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L to R: Larry, K9BBU; Wayne, W9JDG; Dick, K9BBT; Dave, K9GBV; and Jim, W9JEF at the mic
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James J. Hyskey 1911-1978 Green Bay, WI
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Field Day 1989 - Held at the Brown County Fair Grounds, it was 95 degrees that day.
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A new 147.120 antenna (still one for receive one for transmit) with three pieces of 7/8" 50 ohm feedline donated by Duke Wright thanks to Steve N9FOY.   RX at 900 feet with preamp.  TX at 700 feet.  Pat, KA9VRK in the front and the St. Paul crew in back.
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The Green Bay Mike & Key Club holiday potluck held at the De Pere Community Center
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Power Pack: Two members of The Manitowoc County Radio Club (ManCoRad) start a a portable generator used in emergency operations of radio amateurs in the county. In the top picture, from left are James Wenzel and Clarence Meneau. The emergency preparedness competition exercise was conducted at the Donald Pieschel home near Shoto.  From left on the bottom picture are Pieschel, Emment Bubb, and Leonard Johanek.
Topics: field day, Manitowoc County
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Jon Teske
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Megacycle Club - East High School, Green Bay Edward Collard, Karl G. Raymakers (W9YCL) George Huebner, Bill Ricker ( W9YCN) , Nancy Oyster,  Quinn L. Hawley (W9SAP) , Vivian Vande Voort, Ruth Nelson,  Kline R. Wilson (W9YCK) , R. Showers (Advisor), Hazel Hansen.
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This was a special event station that ran, June 30 and July 1st, 1990, at the National Railroad Museum in Ashwaubenon. Amateurs transmitted from the cab of the Pacific Big Boy.  The largest steam engine made.
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The Green Bay Mike & Key Club, Inc.
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During the annual amateur radio operator's field day Saturday, Roger Cannon, above left, Walter Stubbs and Al Herfort watch as Harry Haskins operates the transmitter while  contacting other operators in all parts of the country.
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Victor C. Lotter 1899-1988 Seymour, WI
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Megacycle Club - East High School Leo Witcpalek, Vincent Kehl, George Huebner,  Kline R. Wilson (W9YCK) , Bill Ricker ( W9YCN) ,  Karl G. Raymakers (W9YCL) , Larry Valentine. Advisor - Mr. Showers
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Ashwaubenon High School Tech Club Newsletter Ron Nelson, N9CFN spoke to the group about getting involved with the information superhighway network known as the internet Reports of stolen Radios Club logo - vote at the next meeting
Topic: newsletter
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Electricity classes prepare Lincolnites for the future.  Dick Walker, Russel Nelson, Robert Schroeder studied radio operation in their class.
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Alton R. "Al" Janelle I (Sr.) W9CEA/9APA 1904-9/4/1941 Green Bay's First Ham Alton Janelle Crash Victim - Injuries Prove Fatal To Green Bay Man in Hospital Here Monday Injured in a traffic accident early the morning of September 4, Alton R. Janelle, 37, died at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon in a Green Bay hospital.  He had sustained a basal skull fracture, and did not regain consciousness before his death. Coroner Orlen Miller said today tat an inquest will be held into the death when...
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Held at the Brown County Fairgrounds
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AHSTC Hamfest 1996
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Amateur Radio Club This club banded together so that its members could assist each other in learning more about amateur (Ham) radio. Their aims and goals were to set up a station and get "on the air." D. Falk, D. Engel, L. Jordan, B. Gruetzmacher
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Megacycle Club - East High School, Green Bay First Row: Marilyn Kress,  Virginia K. Kirkas (W9GSQ) , Dorthy Magnuson, Delane Horkman, Gloria Hanson, Nancy Hall. Second Row: Betsy Kissel, Ronald Richter,  Dean D. Delahaut (W9RFQ) , Pete Peterson, Earl Brackner, Tom Robinson. Third Row: Kermit Pahnke, Mr. Showers, Don Shemoncofsky.
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Louis H. Pansier 1925-1971
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When Tragedy Strikes: Aftermath of Alaskan Earthquake "Ham" Radio Operators Try To Help Randy Schaaf, 1605 Ridge Road, at radio set
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Megacycle Club - East High School, Green Bay Seated: Eddie Collard, Greta Federspiel, Hazel Hansen Standing: Delores Everard, Bill Luedtke, Tom Robinson, Spenser Havlick, Mardell Bowman, Qwinn Hawley, Mr. R.E. Showers adviser (W9HDV)
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Kenneth "Ken" J. Meyer K9KJM/WB9YUY 1945-2014 Kenneth John Meyer, 69, of Sturgeon Bay passed away at home on July 25, 2014, after a brave battle with cancer. Ken was born June 12, 1945, in Sturgeon Bay, and graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1963. He worked as a radio dispatcher & jailer for the Door County Sheriff's Department for 23 years, and was the founder and owner of Door Cablevision, the first cable television company in Northern Door County. He was an active...
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Oliver D. Davis W9WLZ 1919-1/5/2013 Oliver D. Davis, 93, Green Bay, passed away on Saturday, January 5, 2013.  He was born on February 17, 1919 in Green Bay to the late Norman & Minnie Davis. Oliver graduated from East High School. He loved Ham Radio, his call letters were W9WLZ. As a young man he built his own radio equipment, he would repair radio equipment in his parent's basement. Oliver belonged to the Green Bay Mike & Key Club. When Oliver was younger he worked part time as a...
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Held at Lily Lake County Park
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Egon N. Kornicer (WA9WFD) 1910 - 1995 De Pere, WI
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A. Krause, D. Wagner. D. Engel - vice president, J. Hebein, W. Wasserman. B. Gruetzmacher - president, L. Jordan - secretary, M. Knope, Mr. Weber - Advisor, D. Falk
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When Manitowoc County Emergency Government took part last month in a nuclear plant drill, members of the federal government were particularly impressed with the efforts of one team member who helped keep communications running. Travis Waack isn't a veteran of law enforcement, government or emergency management. He's a junior at Manitowoc Lutheran High School. And he operates ham radios.
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Glen R. Schlingerman W9WWQ 1918-1942 The remains of Pfc. Glenn Schlingerman, son of Mrs. Paul Schlingerman, 1123 E. Mason Street, will arrive here Wednesday afternoon. Pfc. Schlingerman died while a prisoner of the Japanese in the Philippines. He had been reported missing in action several months before. The soldier was born Oct 27, 1918 at Winona, Minn, and his family came here about 6 years later. He was educated here graduating from East High School, and just before enlistment worked at the...
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Members of the Mancorad Radio Club of Manitowoc this weekend are taking part in the largest non-commercial emergency preparedness test.  The test began Saturday afternoon at the Manitowoc Expo site and will last 24 hours. Members of the club with its president, Larry Steeno, will be on hand to show visitors the equipment and explain the public  service role the club plays in a community.  Charles Scholten, right, demonstrated equipment to Manitowoc's Mayor Anthony Dufek.
Topics: field day, Manitowoc County
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Green Bay Mike & Key Club newsletter Presentation by Tammy & Hal from the Red Cross 25 People attended the Aug 22 Brown County ARES meeting ARRL Videotape "At Any Moment" shown Green Bay Mike & Key Club Offering ham classes to conincide with the the 2 semesters at St. Norbert's 147.120 Controller Info; Logging in/out; leaving messages; auto patch
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Photos of the Northeastern Wisconsin Radio League repeater, tower and 4 bay array that was located at the Highway 57/54 split in the Town Of Scott. The North East Wisconsin Radio League NEWRL was formed in the onset of the no code technician license boom in 1989. The group built a linked repeater system connecting Algoma, Green Bay and Waubeno, which was useful in collecting weather spotting reports. The club dissolved in 2000. The remaining transformed into more of a "Skywarn"...
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Herman L. Greve 1908-1983 Hilbert, WI
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James Wenzel and Clarence Meneau start a portable generator for use in a contest of skill, stamina and emergency preparedness.  The exercise was conducted at Donal Pieschel's home near Shoto.  From left are Pieschel, K9TIO; Emmett Bubb, K9ZMQ; and Leonard Johanek, K9EOS.
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September 30 - October 1, 1978 Port Plaza Mall - Amateur Radio Display
Paul Simandl works at his Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS) equipment which he uses to relay calls from area 1ervlcemen In Vietnam to parents and friends at home..
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Members of the Neenah-Menasha Amateur Radio Club setup operations at the Clayton Elementary School for a field day to test emergency skills.  At left above, Dan Quella "rigs" eqipment while, at right above, Wally Greene, Kimberly; Kent Windrick and Hank Rowland, Neenah, and Scotty Adam, Hortonville, put up an antenna.  At right, Gary Van Ryzin, Appleton; Dan Bayer, Menasha, and Greene, start a portable generator.
Topics: field day, Fox Cities
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On Aug. 18 Chris Galassie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Galassie, passed an examination in Chicago for his extra amateur radio license making him probably the youngest such licensed operator in the state.  Chris is 14 years old.
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Emmet Platten 9CSX 1893-1977 Emmet Platten, 85, 1120 Marshall St., died Monday evening (April 11, 1977) in local hospital.  Mr. Platten was a pioneer in radio and attended Marconia Radio School. As a youth, he spent time on the ocean as a radio operator. Mr. Platten, a veteran of World War I, served in the Army. He was a well known pioneer West Side resident. Survivors include one brother, Peter Platten Sr., Green Bay; nieces and nephews.
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The Green Bay Mike and Key Club held its annual Awards Banquet at the Rock Garden Supper Club on Saturday, March 24.
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Green Bay Mike & Key Club newsletter There were 2 guest speakers at the March meeting from Brown County Emergency Government and one from the Red Cross to give Y2k briefings.
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A husband-and-wife team with 17 years of amateur radio experience between them were prepared Friday night to help get Allouez though any Y2K problems. The village didn't have any problems, but the Public Safety Director said he appreciated the presence of Madeline and Dennis O'Connor.
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Members of the Mancorad Amateur Radio Club manned radios for a 24 hour period under emergency power as a part of a drill aimed to give them experience under emergency conditions brought on by a tornado, flood or hurriance. From left are John Glaeser and Fran Murray, club board directors, and Jim Hinstorff, club vice president.
Topics: field day, Manitowoc County
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Fox Cities Club newsletter Wayne, WD9FLJ reported on an apartment fire in Appleton.  Red Cross Communications were provided by ARES/Redcross members. The program for November will in be two video tapes; It started broken fences- tall tower tales, and, Pile up busters.
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As a Part of Friday and Saturday's civil defense alert, radio amateurs under Outagamie county's CD radio officer, George Merkl, left, tried out their base station in the courthouse.  County Coordinator  Andrew J. Schiltz, standing, right, watches operator Dave Bowker as he talks to one of the six mobile units in an amateur's car.  Tests indicated the network - on the 2-meter state RACES band - will function loud and clear throughout the county and into Winnebago and Calumet counties
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Megacycle Club - East High School, Green Bay Dot, Dot, Dash, Dot ... Station W9JPG calling Hawaii Donald, Moes, Karl Raymakers, Ronald Hoopes, Bill Ricker, Jackie Hansen, George Huebner, Kline Wilson, Fred Kuehl (Adviser: Bob Showers (W9HDV) a Physics teacher at East)
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Neenah-Menasha Amateur Radio Club members helped to bring a bit of cheer to children confined to Theda Clark Regional Medical Center by arranging to talk with Santa Saturday.  At left, Chris Stier, held by Mrs. Leland Schneidwend listens to Santa's voice.  Below, Hank Rowland handles the mike for tiny Joshua Bemas as this mother, Mrs. Scott Bemus, holds him.  The club also visited hospitals in Appleton.
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Fox Charlie Charlie The Famous night in the Winter of 1989 where K9RTB is a bit liquored up. As a prank someone changes the 147.120 repeaters courtesy tone to send RTB, and then later FCC. Bob, pretends he's calling "Allegan," the nearest FCC monitoring post. (Note: This was rescued from a reel-to-reel tape recorder, so the morse code is skewed)
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A ham radio club, one of the few high schools in the area is an active organization at Wittenberg High School. Its members are currently instructing six hopefuls, including three feminine students, in code and theory prior to seeking licenses are amateur radio operators.  Ten of the members already have operators' licenses.   The club is known as Carnonero Amateur Radio Club, taken from the first name given to the Wittenburg settlement. President: S. Sgt. Ray Schroder, Eland, W9EFG Vice...
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For only $210 Carlton Schaaf has been able to talk to people in 73 different countries. One of a handful of amateur radio station operators in the city specializing in distance, the 28 year old professional radio engineer was recently awarded the coveted WAC certificate of the International Radio Union for having communicated with persons in each of the six continental areas of the world.
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When the "ham radio bug" hit at the Jerry Sobiesczyk home it caused a nice kind of epidemic that led to all five members of the family studying for, and obtaining, their novice licenses.  The family belongs to the Neenah-Menasha Amateur Radio Club.
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Bob and Mary Lou Treleven of Green Bay look over ham radio equipment which Bob uses to relay information during a disaster.
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The world becomes a melting pot for students at Madison Junior High classes when Myron Jackson turns on the amateur (ham) radio and tunes in the globe. Jackson, a science teacher at Madison, is using his amateur radio to talk to the world as part of Global Awareness week at the school. It is one thing to study the cultures and quite another to actually get to talk to people who live them. The focus of the school's project, which has been going on for the last week, is global awareness....
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James J. Byrnes 1929 - 2018 Egg Harbor, WI
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OSHKOSH - Merrill Lewis is a retired music teacher here who was smitten by the sounds of a different drummer. Nowadays, Lewis, 67, in his spare time, heads an indispensable crew of Winnebago County amateur radio  operators. His ear has adjusted from pleasant music to the crisp transmissions on the airwaves during  times of emergency. Forty-one radio amateurs comprise the county's local amateur radio emergency service network, or ARES  for short. When alerted, the crew, whose members act as...
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The banquet was held at Woodside and the Ham of the year award was give to Wes W9WES and Dale WB9NRK, as there was a tie.
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Green Bay Mike & Key Club field day at the fairgrounds
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Fox Cities Club newsletter In September 200-400 boy scouts will meet at the EAA, and the club is looking for volunteers to setup and man the demonstration.
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Finley C. "Curt" Peacock 1907 - 2001 Green Bay, WI
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Australian Alan Anderson, seated at microphone, and his Manitowoc host Erv Busse, listen in from other members of the international ham radio group. Anderson, the man behind the distinctly accented voice, is on a five week visit of North America to personally meet the friends he has gotten to know over the last six years through his home transmitter in Brisbane.
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Field Day 1948 Leo Westerman (W9BWZ/W9HID), seated left, and Harry Haskins (W9FWO), kneeling at the control board, were two of the amateur radio operators here participating in the nationwide field day.  Standing, from left are Frank Haanen, Red Cross disaster communications chairman, Carlton Schaaf (W9QYH), radio amateur, and Tim Blaney, a Red Cross disaster preparedness chairman.
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West High School, Green Bay Row 1: Sharon Baenen, Carol Rosera, Sue DeWitt, Sandra Joannes, Janet Knutson. Row 2: Janet Krueger, Judy Smits, Ellen Lane, Sue Thiele. Row 3: Harlan Wegner, Jim Hayden, Jim Larsen Row 4: Bill Bero, Miss Maureen Griffin (Advisor)
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Albert "Dutch" VanderZeyden WB9YWQ 1946-2014 Albert "Dutch" VanderZeyden, 68, formerly of Green Bay, died peacefully, Wednesday, December 17, 2014 in Yuma, AZ. Born in Utrecht, Holland, March 12, 1946 he is the son of the late Albert and Magdalena (van Kreuningen) VanderZeyden. The family immigrated to Green Bay on March 5, 1953. Dutch was a graduate of Preble High School. He served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. Dutch had been married three times....
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Calvin Heisiner of Oconto (right), president of the M. and M. Radio Club, receives the club's new charter from the ARRL.  The presentation was made at the club's banquet at the Silver Dome by F.R. Eggers of Manitowoc (left), assistant director of ARRL's central division.  Looking on are two club officers, Ed Kehoe (second from left), vice president, and Kenneth Emmons, secretary.
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Because a handful of its residents have coupled an intense interest in their hobby with a realization of emergency needs, Green Bay can be sure of dependable communications with the rest of the world if normal contacts are cut off. The local group is headed by Oliver Davis.  The group is banded togther in a unit of the Amateur Radio  Emergency Corps, a step-child of the American Radio Relay League. In addition to membership in the national emergency organization, the unit is part of the...
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Elmo W. Reed W9VNC 1917-12/31/2014 WLUK engineer, and WJPG-FM     Elmo Wilson Reed passed away December 31 2014.  He was born in Mineral Point, Wisconsin on July 22, 1917 to the late Albert and Lulu Reed. Elmo spent the majority of his early years living in Freeport, Illinois. He graduated from Freeport High School in 1935 and went on to study broadcasting at the RCA School of Radio Engineering in Chicago, Illinois. In 1941, Elmo was drafted into the United States Army and was assigned to...
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Two top amateur radio operators awards have been awarded to avid ham operator Paul Niles. The coveted awards include the WAZ certificate and the number 200 sticker for the DX Century club. The WAZ initals stand for working all zones.  Ont the radio operator's map the entire world is divided into 40 zones.  These zones cover every country from one pole to the other. The 200th sticker is awarded to any amateur operator who confirmed contact with 200 foreign stations.
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Short blurb about the 1961 West De Pere High School Ham Club in conjunction with Abbot Pennings High School
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In one of the exhibition buildings at the Brown County Fairgrounds you can talk with a Callfornian in his own home, or with a person in Greenland. The Green Bay Mike and Key Club is participating in a nationwide contest-exercise for all amateur radio clubs.
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Albinus "Al" G. Bodoh 1914 - 1982 Green Bay, WI
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Louie Pansier, W9LYX seated at the basement of the Brown County courthouse in front of a two meter AM transceiver.
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Paul Niles 1906 - 1981 Waupaca, WI
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"Jerry Van" Gerald VanDen Wymelenberg  W9VOW 1916-2/14/2012 Gerald Van Den Wymelenberg, "Jerry Van", 95, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012, with family by his side and with him in prayer. He was born on Aug. 23, 1916, in the Village of Wrightstown, to the late Arnold and Eleanore Van Den Wymelenberg. On May 4, 1940, he married Marie Hendricks at St. Mary's Catholic Church in De Pere. In 2006, Gerald and Marie celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary prior to Marie's...
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